The French government is preparing to give back seven paintings stolen during the Second World War, four of which are in the Louvre, to two Jewish families after a decade-long dispute.
The paintings include Saint Francois de Paule by Francessco Fontebasso (above), Miracle de la Saint Eloi by Gaetano Gandolfi and La Tentation de Saint Antoine by Sebatien Ricci.
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